Nice. Great to hear all these stories. I’ve just ticked over 1000km in the first four weeks on mine, so I echo all the feelings above.
I don’t see many old frames out there so I’m pleased to hear the great builds I’m seeing here are being ridden.
I love that serotta
Are you selling the zipps?
Small bike or big bricks? Sorry my sense of humour is very limited. That's a very cool bike tho, the orange/black theme is very pleasing and has a sense of speed to it, especially in combination with that stem.
Yes. Good looking. Old aly always looks fast.
MGOF is my go-to, only cos the other one is the Winter/tourer. But I used to ride carbon, which was lighter but definitely not as comfortable or fun to ride. And the Ron Cooper's quick enough... 171/10,854 in the King of the Mountains, Etape du Tour 2017. :)
^^this ahead stem on threaded headset works very well. Wonder what stem this is?
deda superleggero... the king of shim
RIH Amsterdam; 1991.
Now running a mix of Ultegra 6700 & 6800.
I very much approve, Amsterdam represent!
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